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May’s storm leaves the state with multi-million dollar clean up projects

ALYSSA HURLBUT | CT MIRROR |

On the evening of May 15, dozens of children huddled in Hamden’s West Woods Elementary School as the town’s emergency responders wrestled their way through collapsed trees that blocked...

Meriden aquaponics firm scores $500K investment for New Haven expansion

Joe Cooper |

Meriden-based Trifecta Ecosystems, an aquaponics technology company and indoor farm, has received a $500,000 investment to grow its aquatic systems in the New Haven region.

Nor’easters underscore need for greenhouse gas action

Ole Hoefelmann |

New England is no stranger to cold winters or snowstorms, but even the most seasoned residents of the Northeast would be hard-pressed to remember a series of winter storms like this year brought.

CT's natural gas expansion plan well behind schedule

Matt Pilon |

The state's ambitious plan to convert hundreds of thousands of Connecticut properties to natural gas heating is well behind schedule.

CT Water nixes Eversource's second bid proposal

Joe Cooper |

The bicoastal bidding war for Connecticut Water Service Inc. took another turn Friday after the water utility announced it recently rejected Eversource Energy's second acquisition proposal.

Malloy files federal disaster declaration

Joe Cooper |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he requested a federal presidential disaster declaration, which could pave the way for funding assistance to help municipalities recover from a storm in May that left more...

Malloy hails New Britain data center as tech industry draw

Matt Pilon |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday said that a proposed fuel-cell powered data center in New Britain that was recently selected for a long-term energy contract is “a major step in Connecticut...

Glastonbury’s Gemma tapped for Virginia energy plant project

Joe Cooper |

Glastonbury's Gemma Power Systems has inked a contract with a Virginia power company to build a 1,600-megawatt natural gas power plant in the state.

China's new scrap-restriction policies disrupt CT's recycling industry

Matt Pilon |

China's new scrap restrictions are squeezing the state's recycling industry and making it more costly to convert waste into reusable materials.

Malloy inks climate change, renewable energy bills

Joe Cooper |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed a pair of bills aimed at boosting the state's clean energy portfolio and limiting greenhouse gas emissions and coastal development.

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